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Detective

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office


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www.heraldtribune.com

As to the whereabouts of the stolen art, Sarasota Sheriff's detective Kim McGath, who picked up the case after more than 40 years, was quoted in a 2013 Associated Press story: "These paintings could be anywhere."
We moved here from Connecticut in 1953 ... much of that charm is gone, but I must say Sarasota has developed into a good-looking city."When he passed away in 1987, it was reminded what Rockwell said of him regarding the Stations of the Cross: "We are but illustrators, but Ben Stahl is among the masters."As to the whereabouts of the stolen art, Sarasota Sheriff's detective Kim McGath, who picked up the case after more than 40 years, was quoted in a 2013 Associated Press story: "These paintings could be anywhere."


www.vol1brooklyn.com [cached]

Sarasota County sheriff's detective Kimberly McGath thinks so, and is investigating the pair for the murder of two children and their parents a few weeks after the Clutter murders took place in Kansas.


www.salon.com

In a separate development, Kimberly McGath, a detective in the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in Florida, is even now awaiting the results of DNA tests.


www.kansas.com

A detective for the Sarasota County Sheriffs Department, Kimberly McGath, spent the last four years revisiting the cold case before filing the affidavit to exhume Smith and Hickock.


cjonline.com

"It's like putting together a jigsaw puzzle," said Sarasota County Sheriff's detective Kimberly McGath, who began re-investigating the murders of Cliff and Christine Walker and their two young children in 2007.
McGath said there is evidence that points to two men who are now in a Kansas cemetery for executed prisoners: Perry Smith and Richard Hickock. DNA recovered from semen found on Christine Walker's underwear could be compared to the remains of Smith and Hickock, said McGath. McGath said that there's evidence that extends beyond the duo's road trip. McGath thinks somehow, the Walkers and the killers met because of the car. McGath has been the one leading the effort to find their killers.


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